Economics · Law · Management

CSR as an Emerging Approach to Promoting Integrity and Corporate Governance

Introduction “Business has a responsibility beyond its basic responsibility to its shareholders; a responsibility to a broader constituency that includes its key stakeholders: customers, employee, NGOs, government – the people of the communities in which it operates.” – Courtney Pratt, Former CEO Toronto Hydro. Ecology and economy are both derived from the Greek word oikos, which… Continue reading CSR as an Emerging Approach to Promoting Integrity and Corporate Governance

Culture · Economics · Religion · Sports

Clothing and equipment guidelines of international sports bodies vis-a-vis religious practices and beliefs of participating athletes

To what extent, if any, should clothing and equipment guidelines of international sports bodies accommodate religious practices and beliefs of participating athletes? In his book “Beyond the pleasure principle”[1] Neurologist and founder of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud had studied a two year old boy in Vienna. The mother of the child travelled often and usually, the… Continue reading Clothing and equipment guidelines of international sports bodies vis-a-vis religious practices and beliefs of participating athletes

Economics · International Affairs

A Nine-Question Course In The Greek Economic Crisis

This insightful article on the Economic crisis in Greece is written by Kuwar Singh. Greece is to Europe as to what Lindsay Lohan is to Hollywood: the bad child, the media magnet, the one behind on her bills, the fallen queen. Except Greece’s problems happen to be much worse than a bunch of DUIs. Simply put, the country is… Continue reading A Nine-Question Course In The Greek Economic Crisis